Essentials of Infection Prevention & Safety in the Perioperative Setting

A Bundled Approach to Infection Prevention and Safety

Patient and worker safety is of utmost importance to all perioperative team members. Do you know how to be your own advocate for infection prevention and safety?

Empower your team with the most up-to-date IP and Safety best practices at a one-day, hands-on symposium presented by authors of the AORN Guidelines for Perioperative Practice.

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Discussions will include:

  • Evidence-based strategies to prevent sharps injuries
  • New concepts for sterile technique
  • Addressing the perioperative role in the opioid crisis
  • Strategies to implement a surgical smoke evacuation program
  • Methods to improve wound healing practices

AORN Speakers

The symposium will be presented by the authors of AORN’s Guidelines for Perioperative Practice.

Checkbox icon  Contact Hours: 4.0 CHs

Earn 4 CNE contact hours by attending the four education sessions.*

Where will you attend? Register today.

Philadelphia Saturday, September 22 Register
Atlanta Saturday, September 29 Register
Dallas Saturday, October 20 Register
Chicago Saturday, October 27 Register
Seattle Saturday, November 3 Register
Los Angeles Saturday, November 10 Register

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*Attendees will need to complete the electronic evaluations to earn the contact hours.

To maximize open discussion, seminar attendance is limited to perioperative nurses and related health care personnel currently employed and working in a surgical setting. Individuals working as independent consultants or as employees of medical device and other companies are ineligible to attend.

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